BEATON, Cecil.


1952 Stock Code: 118916
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Signed lower left in ink by Beaton, titled lower right. An original drawing for a costume design for Picnic at Tintagel, a version of the story of Tristran and Iseult performed by the New York City Ballet in 1952. This drawing appears as an illustration in Charles Spencer's book Cecil Beaton; Stage and Film Design (p. 73), a copy of which accompanies the drawing.

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Excellent condition. Sheet size: 40 x 24 cm.



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